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1505 S Semoran Blvd, Orlando, FL 32807(407) 273-2101 Write a review
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2050 S Semoran Blvd, Orlando, FL 32822(407) 273-9669 Write a review
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Marrero's Bbq Inc
707 S Semoran Blvd, Orlando, FL 32807(407) 207-0710 Write a review
Publix Super Market at Lake Fredrica Center
4048 S Semoran Blvd , Orlando, FL 32822(407) 277-3607 Write a review
Publix Super Market at The Shoppes at Eastwood
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More on Japanese Restaurants
Not exactly a Japanese Restaurant but is associated with serving Japanese food to the public is the Yatai and Rotensho, movable food stalls and food stands for festivals and very large events. Occasionally the Yatai will provide portable seating inside a tent while offering Oriental food dishes such as ramen or oden at the food stall. Meanwhile, the Rotensho food stands offer yakisoba, okonomiyaki or takoyaki as their usual food dishes. The local Japanese Restaurants in American may be different than those in the home country, as the general restaurant with a formal restaurant and sushi bar are less common. One of the most popular local Japanese Restaurants are the Japanese Sushi-ya Restaurants, even though they are considered to be pretty expensive and are located in major cities on both coasts. The Sushi is a pickled fish in vinegar, even though sushi has fast become a popular term. It is considered the most popular Japanese dish and is usually eaten on special occasions in Japan. Kaiten-zushi are conveyor belt delivered sushi which is less expensive than the traditional Suushi-ya. One of the well-known local Japanese Restaurants is the Kare-ya, a food eatery that specializes in curry rice dishes, located in any major railway station along with the Ramen-ya Restaurant. A restaurant type that is informal and popularly found in Japan is the Izakaya, with people sharing all dishes at one table. Foods are provided in a variety of dishes similar to a small family restaurant. A combination Japanese Restaurant is called the famiresus or Shokudo, providing numerous Western, Japanese and Chinee dishes for everyone at the table. The Japanese restaurants that sell set menus are called Teishoku-ya, referred to as drinking places which offer small dishes of grilled foods, finger food and salads. This informal dining/bar establishment is the most popular of all Japanese people. Most of the time customers of this type of diner share the same bowls and foods as one family. The same as many American residents enjoying Japanese cuisine, in Japan many of their restaurants are of Japanese cuisine such as Italian Restaurants, Hamburger Fast Food or Chinese.